SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ--(Marketwired - Feb 17, 2014) - John Daly, who worked with Merck, IBM and other leading companies is recognized as an established author with over 100 scholarly articles, wrote Advocacy which was published by Yale Press in 2012. The book has an average of 5 stars from Amazon reviews which was vetted by 15 verified readers. Thomas F. La Vecchia, MBA aka the Sales Expert took the time to weigh in on his review and offer thoughts.
Tom's take is that this book is for anyone who is looking to get their ideas across when working in a large group. This is especially true in the corporate setting where getting credit for a position may be contingent on credit received by one previous contribution or idea.
In "Advocacy: Championing Ideas and Influencing Others," Daly explains in full detail how to transform ideas into practice. In the informational age it's easy to simply "borrow" ideas, but true, novel ideas are few and far between That is why John Daly's book is critical for those not only looking to express their own ideas, but also turn them into actionable items. In summary, Tom recommends this book as one of the critical ways to cultivate and execute new ideas.
John Daly's book can be found on Amazon:
Tom La Vecchia, MBA aka The Sales Expert is Founder and President of X Factor Selling Systems as has a book of his own The X Factor Selling System which uses his system to influence others:
You can also check his sales web site: www.TheSalesExpertUSA.com and a digital agency site: www.TheXFactorTeam.com